New IRS Filing Addresses for Individuals

Mailing addresses for federal individual income tax returns have changed again. The new addresses for the 2002 filing season reflect changes to the following states:

Arizona
California
Connecticut
Delaware
Maine
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
North Carolina
Oklahoma
Oregon
Utah
Vermont
Virginia

Mailing addresses for federal estimated income tax payments that will be made in 2002 have not changed.

Tax returns that are addressed using the previous year's address will be processed without penalty if timely mailed.

NOTE: Tax returns for those killed in the September 11 terrorist attacks will be sent to the Andover, Mass., Service Center as a contingency for congressional approval of a victim's relief bill.

The complete list of new mailing addresses can be found as a Resource in the AccountingWEB TaxZONE.

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